The iPhone pouch is made in naturally tanned butt leather and can be worn around the user’s neck. The butt leather protects the phone as the user moves about, and the design makes it easy to operate the phone. With the iPhone pouch, the phone is always handy, not tucked away in a bag or a pocket where one might overhear the ring tone or miss a call because it takes too long to dig out the phone. The butt leather is shaped to a perfect fit. The leather is glued and enforced with thread and equipped with a leather strap that lets the user wear it around the neck or over the shoulder. Louise Christ had the idea for the iPhone pouch when her own iPhone was dented on the very first day she had it because it fell out of her pocket. As she was not satisfied with any existing cases, she began to experiment with shaping leather and wound up with the iPhone pouch.
b. 1966, Danish architect/industrial designer
Louise Christ graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in 1994. Louise Christ does not confine herself to a narrow range of materials but works in all conceivable materials. In her work she is often inspired by the given material or by shapes in nature, such as flower stamens or planet surfaces. She works with organic shapes and prefers shapes that have a bit of an edge.